The 78-year-old actor - who memorably played hard man Jack Carter in `Get Carter` and a vigilante Royal Marine veteran in `Harry Brown` - revealed he got teary eyed while watching the classic animated Disney movie when he was younger because he was so upset when the young deer`s mother is shot dead by hunters.
He said: "My memories were `Snow White` and `Bambi` in those days, I remember crying my eyes out when Bambi-s mother died in the forest and laughing my head off at the Seven Dwarfs. I grew up with cartoons. My favourite Disney villain would have to be the wicked witch from `Snow White`, I think she great and my favourite Disney hero is `Mickey Mouse`, he was my first hero and my favourite."
While Michael enjoyed Disney films in his youth, he recently admitted he signed up to voice Finn McMissile in the animated movie `Cars 2` because he couldn`t show his grandchildren his more adult-themed films.
He said: "When they ask what their granddad does, they can`t see him in anything.
"You don`t want to say `Harry Brown`. It`s not family viewing. When they offered me the chance to play the part of a car, I was very interested."
Michael is supporting Disney Junior`s Million Disney Memories campaign to collect a million Disney memories which will be turned into £1 million for Great Ormond Street Hospital
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